Man arrested after undercover bestiality sting

James Naylor 
By: John Roberts 

A man searching to have sex with cats and dogs was finally pulled off the streets.

The Arizona man was arrested in an undercover sting when he allegedly went online to find a dog for sex and blaming his woes on a bad marriage, according to reports.

James Naylor, 47, was arrested this week and faces felony charges of bestiality after authorities said he used Craigslist to communicate with dog owners.

As part of a two-month investigation, Naylor posted Craigslist advertisements with titles like: "Willing to try hung dog 4 Fun too."

Naylor had contact with an undercover deputy sheriff of the Maricopa County in June, and scheduled a meeting with him and a dog this week, according to the county Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Instead, authorities caught Naylor.

"It took a bit of negotiation and several conversations, but finally, we got him to meet with us," Arpaio said. "It was sickening what this man was trying to do," he said.

Naylor has admitted to looking to have sex with a dog through Craigslist, and told sheriff's deputies that internal problems with his marriage, include being in a sexless relationship for the past year, led to his behavior.

"This is a different breed of people, who do this to dogs," Arpaio said. "We will continue this kind of sting operations. We are the only ones who do this, but we will not stop investigating this type of bestiality," he said.

A spokesman for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said authorities have arrested six people involved in bestiality over the last year, while three have been convicted.